SPELLING REGULAR VERBS RULES
PRONUNCIATION
Identify or Correct
VERBS VOCABULARY
GRAMMAR
100

> Regular verbs ending in a silent e 

BY: RONY RAMOS

Take /-d/ in the simple past

Example:
close=closed

100

when do we pronounce this sound /id /? 

BY: RONY RAMOS

Infinitives that end in the sounds
/t/ or /d/

needed
hated
dated
seated

100

Identify the regular verbs:

1. keep

2. dig

3. laugh

4. harass

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1. irregular

2. irregular

3. regular

4. regular

100

Put these verbs in the past form 

1. 

1. 

100

Correct the words given

1. taked

2. usid

3. completeed

1.took

2.used

3.completed

200

> Regular verbs ending in a vowel + y

BY: RONY RAMOS

Take /-ed/ in the simple past.

Example:
play=played

200

When do we pronounce this sound / d /?

BY: RONY RAMOS

Infinitives that end in a voiced sound 

lived
chilled
enjoyed
tried


200

Identify the past simple tense:

1. My mon will take me to the shopping mall.

2. The thieves were able to break in and take people's valuables. 

3. They have already done their homework.

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1. Future

2. Past Simple (CORRECT ANSWER)

3. Present Perfect

200

Put this verbs in their main form

1. lit/lighted 

2. might 

3. mowed 

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1. light 

2. may 

3. mow 


200

Correct the words given

1. gived

2. paintd

3. travelled (American English)

1.gave

2.painted

3.travel


300

> Regular verbs ending in a consonant + y 

BY: RONY RAMOS

Take /-ied/ in the simple past and past participle (the ' y' becomes an ' i' followed by /-ed/)

Example:
marry=married

300

When do we pronounce this sound / t /?

BY: RONY RAMOS

Infinitives that end in an unvoiced sound 

shopped
picked
wished
crunched

300

Find the mistake.

Thomas flirted and invite Sammy for a meal.



Thomas flirted and invited Sammy for a meal.

300

Put these verbs in the past form

smell

smelt

300

Correct the words given

1. cancelled (American English)

2. hitted

3. stoped

1. cancel

2. hit

3. stopped


400

> All the other regular verbs 

BY: RONY RAMOS

Take /-ed/ in the simple past and past participle.
Example:
visit=visited

400

which pronunciations do these verbs take?

1. laugh

2. use 


1. /t/

2. /d/


400

Correct the mistake.

Why did you eat breakfast this morning? You're going to get hungry later.

Didn't

400

Put these verbs in the past form

sink

sank

400

Correct the words given

1. choppd

2. rememberred

3. opend

1. chopped

2.remembered

3. opened


500

> Verbs that finish in C/V/C 

Double the last consonant + ed, expect verbs that don't have stressed

stopped

chopped

remembered

opened


500

How do you pronounce these verbs?

invited

saved

completed

Invited /Id/

saved /d/

completed /Id/

500

Correct the mistakes.

Hannah invite Jamie to visit in the summer of 2004. It was Hannah's 21st birthday. They wantd to dance, but they don't like the music, so Hannah talk to the DJ. "This music is awful", she said, "Could you play something else?" The DJ lookd at her and said "Don't worry, I have the perfect song for you."

invited

wanted

talked

looked

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